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  1. Caron, V. Gillespie, D. and Myers, J.H. 2008. Fitness related traits in a fly parasitoid are mediated by effects of plants on its host. J. Applied Entomology 132:663-667
  2. Franklin, M.T. and Myers, J.H. 2008. Refuges in reverse: the spread of Bacillus thuringiensis resistance to unselected greenhouse populations of cabbage loopers Trichoplusia ni. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 10:119-127
  3. Myers, J.H. 2008. One agent is usually sufficient for successful biological control of weeds. In Proc. XII Intern. Symp. Biological Control of Weeds CAB International, Wallingford, UK
  4. Denoth, M. and J.H. Myers. 2007. Competition between Lythrum salicaria and a rare species: combining evidence from experiments and long-term monitoring. Plant Ecology in press Link »
  5. Erlandson, M., Newhouse, S., Moore, K., Janmaat, A. Myers, J. and D. Theilman. 2007. Characterization of baculovirus isolates from Trichoplusia ni populations from vegetable greenhouses. Biological Control 41: 256-263 Link »
  6. Myers, J.H. 2007. How many and what kind of biological control agents: a case study with diffuse knapweed. Biological Control: a Global Perspective CABI International pp.70-79 Link »
  7. Smith, J.N.M, Myers-Smith, I.H., Myers, J.H. 2007. Tips for effective communication in ecology. Ecology 101. Bulletin of the Ecological Link »
  8. Wang, P. Zhao, J-Z. Rodrigo-Simon, A. Kain, W. Janmaat, A.F., Shelton, A.M. Ferre, J. and Myers, J.H. 2007. Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis Toxin Cry1Ac in a greenhouse population of the Cabbage Looper, Trichoplusia ni. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73: 1199-1207
  9. Ericsson, J.D., J. Todd Kabaluk, Mark S. Goettel, Judith H. Myers. 2006. Spinosyns interact synergistically with the insect pathogen Metarhizium anisopliae against lined click beetle larvae, Agriotes lineatus. J. Econ. Entomol. (In Press 9/25/06) Link »
  10. Janmaat AF, Myers JH. 2006. The influences of host plant and genetic resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis on trade-offs between offspring number and growth rate in cabbage loopers, Trichoplusia ni. Ecological Entomology 31: 172-178 Link »
  11. Janmaat, A. and Myers, J.H. 2006. Host plants effect the expression of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in Trichoplusia ni (Hubner): an important factor in resistance evolution. J. Evol. Biol. 20:62-69 Link »
  12. Dennoth, M. and J.H. Myers. 2005. Variable success of biological control of Lythrum salicaria in British Columbia. Biological Control 32:269-279 Link »
  13. Janmaat, A.F. and J.H. Myers. 2005. The cost of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis varies with the host plant of Trichoplusia ni. Proc. Royal Soc. London B. 272:1031-38 Link »
  14. Myers, J.H. 2005. Lest we forget: Women entomologists, population cycles and biological control – Legacies from the past with importance to the future. Bull. Canadian Entomol. Soc. 37: 4-9 Link »
  15. Cory, J.S. and JH Myers. 2004. Adaptation in an insect-host plant-pathogen interaction. Ecology Letters. 7: 632-639 Link »
  16. Horgan, Finbarr and J.H. Myers. 2004. Interactions between ground beetles, winter moth and an introduced parasitoid on the lower mainland of British Columbia. Pedobiologia 48: 23-35 Link »
  17. Kain, W.C., Zhao, J-Z, Janmaat, A.F., Myers, J.H., Shelton, A.M. Wang, P. 2004. Inheritance of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ac toxin in a greenhouse-derived strain of cabbage looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 97: 000-000 Link »
  18. Cooper, D., Cory, J.S. and J.H. Myers. 2003. Hierarchical spatial structure of genetically variable nucleopolyhedroviruses infecting cyclic populations of western tent caterpillars. Molecular Ecology 12(4) Link »
  19. Cory, J.S. and J.H. Myers. 2003. The ecology and evolution of insect Baculoviruses. Ann. Rev. Ecol. and Syst. 34: 239-272 Link »
  20. Janmaat, A.F. and J.H. Myers. 2003. Rapid evolution and the cost of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in greenhouse populations of cabbage looper, Trichoplusia ni. Proc. Royal Soc. London B. 270:2263-2270 Link »
  21. Milks, M.L. and J.H. Myers. 2003. Cabbage looper resistance to a nucleopolyhdrovirus confers cross-resistance to two granuloviruses. Environmental Entomology 32: 286–289 Link »
  22. Cooper, D., Cory, J.S. Theilman, D. and J.H. Myers. 2002. Nucleopolyhedroviruses of forest and western tent caterpillars: cross-infectivity and evidence for activation of latent virus in high density field populations. Ecological Entomology 41-50 Link »
  23. Denoth, M., L. Frid, and J.H. Myers. 2002. Multiple agents in biological control: Improving the odds? Biological Control 24:20-30 Link »
  24. Frid, L. and Myers, J.H. 2002. Thermal ecology of western tent caterpillars, Malacosoma californicum pluviale and infection by nucleopolyhedrovirus. Ecological Entomology 27: 665-673 Link »
  25. Milks, M, J.H. Myers and M.K. Leptich. 2002. Is the resistance of cabbage loopers (Trichoplusia ni) to a nucleopolyhedrovirus stable? Effects of putative fitness costs and immigration of susceptible moths. Evolution (Accepted with revision. Revised and resubmitted).
  26. Milks, M.L., Myers, J.H. and M.K. Leptich. 2002. Costs and stability of cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni) resistance to a nucleopolyhedrovirus. Evolutionary Ecology 16: 369-385 Link »
  27. Myers, J.H. 2002. Eradication: Is it ecologically, financially, environmentally and realistically possible? Managing for Healthy Ecosystems CRC/ Lewis Press
  28. Myers, J.H. and Ware, J. 2002. Setting priorities for the biological control of weeds: What to do and how to do it. Proceedings, Hawaii Biological Control Workshop. Technical Report #129 Honolulu: Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit, University of Hawaii pp. 62-74
  29. Nielsen, C.B., Cooper, D. Short, S.M., Myers, J.H., Suttle, C.A. 2002. DNA polymerase gene sequences indicate Western and Forest Tent Caterpillar Viruses form a new taxonomic group within baculoviruses. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 81:131-137 Link »
  30. Milks, M. and J.H.Myers. 2001. The development of larval resistance to a nucleopolyhedrovirus is not accompanied by an increased virulence in the virus. Evolutionary Ecology 14: 645-664 Link »
  31. Myers, J.H. and D. A. Raworth. 2001. Insect population ecology in B. C. Journal British Columbia. Entomological Society 98 :107-112
  32. Pearsall, I.A. and J.H. Myers. 2001. Spatial and temporal patterns of dispersal of western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) J. Econonomic Entomology 94 :831–843 Link »
  33. Beisner, B.E. and J.H. Myers. 2000. Population density and transmission of virus in experimental populations of the western tent caterpillar. Environmental Entomology 28: 1107 - 1113
  34. Myers, J.H. 2000. Population fluctuations of the western tent caterpillar in southwestern British Columbia. Population Ecology 42:231-241 Link »
  35. Myers, J.H. and C. Risley. 2000. Why reduced seed production is not necessarily translated into successful biological weed control. Proc. X Intern. Symp. Biological Control of Weeds. Bozeman, Montana, Spencer, N. (ed.). Montana State University, Bozeman. pp. 569-581 Link »
  36. Myers, J.H., D. Simberloff, A.M. Kuris, J.R. Carey. 2000. Eradication Revisited - Dealing with exotics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 15: 316-321 Link »
  37. Myers, J.H., R. Malakar and J.S. Cory. 2000. Sublethal nucleopolyhedrovirus infection effects on female pupal weight, egg mass size and vertical transmission in gypsy moth (Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae). Environmental Entomology 29:1268-1972 Link »
  38. Pearsall, I.A. and J.H. Myers. 2000. Evaluation of sampling methodology for determining the phenology, relative density and dispersion of western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) (Thusanoptera:Thripidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 3: 494-502 Link »
  39. Pearsall, I.A. and J.H. Myers. 2000. Population dynamics of western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in nectarine orchards in the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys, British Columbia, Canada. J. Econ. Entomol. 93:264-275 Link »
  40. Horgan, Finbarr, J.H. Myers and R. Van Meel. 1999. Cyzenis albicans (Fall. ) does not prevent the outbreak of introduced winter moth (Operophtera brumata (L.) in birch stands and blueberry plots in the l 28: 96-107
  41. Kukan, B. and J.H. Myers. 1999. Incidence of nuclear polyhedrosis virus in fluctuating populations of western tent caterpillars. Envir. Entomol. 28:44-52
  42. Milks, M.L., Burnstyn, I. and J.H. Myers. 1999. The influence of larval age on the lethal and sublethal effects of a nuclear polyhedrosis virus in cabbage loopers (Trichoplusia ni). Biological Control 12: 119-126 Link »
  43. Myers, J.H. 1998. Synchrony in outbreaks of forest Lepidoptera in the Northern Hemisphere: A possible example of the Moran Effect. Ecology 79: 1111-1117 Link »
  44. Kukan, B. and J.H. Myers. 1997. Prevalence and persistence of nuclear polyhedrosis virus in fluctuating populations of forest tent caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). Environ. Entomol. 26:882-887
  45. Myers, J.H. , Anne Savoie and Ed van Randen. 1997. Eradication and pest management. Annual Rev. Entomology 43:471-492 Link »
  46. Myers, J.H., G. Boetner, and J.S. Elkinton. 1997. Maternal effects in gypsy moth: only sex ratio varies with population density. Ecology 79: 305-314 Link »
  47. Daniel, Colin and J.H. Myers. 1995. Climate and outbreaks of the forest tent caterpillar. Ecogeography 18: 353-362 Link »
  48. Myers, J.H., C. Risley and R. Eng. 1989. The ability of plants to compensate for insect attack: Why biological control of weeds with insects is so difficult. Proc. VII Int. Symp. Bio. Cont. Weeds. E. Delfosse (Ed.) pp. 67-73
  49. Myers, J.H. 1986. How many insects are necessary for the biological control of weeds. Proc. 6th Int. Symp. Biol. Control of